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Jason Brooks




LDA Engineering
110 TYSON BOULEVARD #200, ALCOA, TN
LDAENGINEERING.COM

Choosing to start a business in Blount County made sense to Jason Brooks. Although he didn’t grow up there, he has lived there since 1992 when he went to Maryville College.

“Maryville, Alcoa and Blount County are home for me,” Jason Brooks, CEO LDA Engineering explained. “When we relocated LDA Engineering from South Knoxville to the Tyson Centre near the airport, we did so to be part of the Blount County community and the exciting economic development happening here. We also believe that being in Blount County keeps us well positioned in the Greater Knoxville Region that we serve.”

LDA Engineering provides professional engineering and related services to public utilities, municipalities and private development clients. Brooks believes strongly in the company’s mission of building stronger and happier communities.

“It is really the end result of our services that matters most to us and to our clients,” he said. “One of our key service areas is planning and designing places where people want to be. The idea behind this approach is to fully integrate all mobility and destination consideration to design local streets and underground infrastructure that accommodate and enhance the area to be more inviting and appealing.”

Brooks admits his great passion is for communities and their economic and environmental sustainability. “We actively seek to learn about communities and the challenges each one faces; then we apply science and math to design solutions that address those challenges. Our goal at LDA is to build stronger, happier communities. And I believe we do just that.”

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